The subsoil of a wooden terrace
With the right substructure and appropriate preparation, a wooden terrace can be laid in the garden, on terraces, on slopes, on stone tiles, concrete, roofs, balconies, on pools, over ponds, on lakes - to almost any desired location. Below you can find out what work is required for the various substrates.
The substrates and what work they require
The preparation of the foundation of a substructure is different depending on the subsoil. Basically, the areas can be classified into four types. Select the substrate that suits your building project here and find out more about the preparatory work.
The goal: a solid foundation without standing water
Although the preparatory work differs depending on the substrate, the result should always be the same: On the one hand, the support points of the substructure should offer a firm footing and not give way over time. On the other hand, the foundation should be designed in such a way that water can drain off easily.
Table of Contents
Building instructions wooden terrace
Prepare the subsurface
meadow or earth
stone or concrete
roof or balcony
Lay out the foundation
Establish height compensation
Lay the substructure
Select saw blade
Screw the decking boards together
Building instructions terrace screws
Assembly instruction clips
Fade wooden terrace
Decking boards crooked